Tough Enough’s Andy Discusses What’s Next, WWE Future & More
- WWE Tough Enough winner Andy Leavine recently spoke with WWE.com about winning the show, his future with WWE and more. Here are some of the highlights:
The interview noted that before his official WWE debut match, Andy will be sent to FCW to train with Hall of Famers there.
The slap and Stunner from Vince McMahon & Steve Austin on RAW: “It’s important that you pay your dues to the guys who came up in this business. I guess that was my official welcome to WWE.”
Working with Dusty Rhodes and Ricky Steamboat now: “First in ‘Tough Enough,’ and now in preparation for my impending WWE career, I get the opportunity to learn from the best. Their overall influence and wisdom are the biggest advantages I have toward becoming a true force to be reckoned with.”
Moving forward in WWE: “I welcome all the challenges that I’m going to face. I am proud of winning ‘Tough Enough.’ However, now it’s time to slap on the belt, tighten it up and get my WWE career rolling. I have no qualms about facing anybody in WWE. The more matches I can get, the better. That’s how you become experienced. That’s how you move your way up.”
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